But Don't All Religions Lead to God
A compelling look at how Christianity is unique from other religions and why Jesus is the only pathway to God.Are all religions created equal? What about people who have never heard of Jesus? Should Christians try to covert people of...
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A compelling look at how Christianity is unique from other religions and why Jesus is the only pathway to God.Are all religions created equal? What about people who have never heard of Jesus? Should Christians try to covert people of other faiths? Written in a conversational style, this book compares Christianity, Buddhism, Islam, and other religions, pointing spiritual seekers toward a relationship with Jesus Christ.
More likely than not, you've heard someone insist that sincere belief is what gets you to heaven, no matter what you put your faith in. Nothing could be further from the truth. Get the answers you need to help the religious pluralists in your life see the light.Michael Green is a senior research fellow at Wycliffe Hall, a college within Oxford University in England. He is also an evangelist, a Bible teacher, and the author of more than sixty books, including The Message of Matthew and Asian Tigers for Christ. Green was formerly on staff at Regent College in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. His biography has recently been published in the UK by HarperCollins.
We've all heard the rationale: "It doesn't matter what you believe as long as you're sincere." Or "All religions are pretty much the same." But are they the same? Does it matter which one you follow? In this insightful and compelling book, Michael Green invites readers into a relationship with Jesus Christ, the divine revelation and only pathway to the one true God.
In a conversational style geared toward nonbelievers, Green compares Christianity, Buddhism, Islam, and other religions to help spiritual seekers navigate the multi-faith maze. "But Don't All Religions Lead to God?" is an ideal reference and evangelism tool for churches and individual Christians as well. It offers scriptural references, looks at how divergent religious traditions view salvation and eternity, and answers difficult questions such as "What about people who have never heard of Jesus?" and "How should Christians regard other religions?"
In the midst of our pluralistic and tolerant culture, here is an important and convincing argument for faith in Jesus-the only great teacher whose death and resurrection provided grace, forgiveness, and an eternity in the presence of God.
Michael Green is chaplain for the Oxford Centre for Christian Apologetics, and also teaches the evangelism module there. In addition, he is director of the Good News Initiative of the Anglican Communion Network in the United States. He formerly served as senior research fellow at Wycliffe Hall, Oxford University, England, and as adviser in evangelism to the archbishops of Canterbury and York. As a pastor, evangelist, author and lecturer, he has taught and preached the New Testament for many years. His many books include I Believe in the Holy Spirit and Evangelism in the Early Church.